Grateful Dead Live at Market Square Arena on 1976-10-01
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Bertha, Mama Tried, Deal, Cassidy, Friend Of The Devil, Big River, Brown Eyed Women, It's All Over Now, Scarlet Begonias, Promised Land
Might As Well, Samson & Delilah, Help On The Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin's Tower, Dancin' In The Streets-> Drums-> The Wheel-> Ship of Fools-> Dancin' In The Streets-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> One More Saturday Night, E: U.S. Blues
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|Friend Of The Devil|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|It's All Over Now|
|Might As Well|
|Samson And Delilah|
|Help On The Way ->|
|Dancin' In The Street ->|
|The Wheel ->|
|Ship Of Fools ->|
|Dancin' In The Street ->|
|Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->|
|One More Saturday Night|
-- Disc change is seamless
-- Thanks to David Gans for lending me his discs
-- Dozens of hours went into making this recording listenable
- 2011-04-13 02:51:40
- CD -> Samplitude Professional v11.2 -> FLAC
- Indianapolis, IN
- Run time
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- Market Square Arena
Subject: Best Help>Slip Evah!
I've thought even since I had it on tape that the Help on the way felt like "help...!" There's a urgency to the way Jerry plays the lead (and Phil adds his forceful point, too!) that I haven't found on another one... And then the Slipknot! is everything you could hope for in a Slipknot! The rest of the shows pretty good too! But I comment on this specifically to call attention to the Help>Slipknot!... I was listening to Franklin's tower the other day, too, and realized it doesn't shine as bright (though I used to think so)...
Anyways... Good Show, great recording and a quality listen! We all carry our favorites close to our hearts!
Subject: Mu-Tron III
Subject: Poor boys on the line..
Finishes really strong with SCARLET, PROMISED.
Mighty Swell-but is the song really 2nd set worthy?
Could have played this in the encore slot every once in awhile-- it has a U.S. Blues type tempo.
Samson-really nice jamming intro!
Phil's bass line intro HELP.
Help>Slip>Franklin's-heavy on the SLIPKNOT!
Dancin'-> Drums->Wheel->JAM> Ship (last ballad)
-> Dancin' -> GDTRFB-> Saturday Night,
Dig Donna Jean's vocals on Dancin'!!!
GDTRFB just makes me smile, smile, smile.
e) U.S. Blues
reviews are great reads--- YES WAY!
Mostly excellent sound for this recording.
Subject: No way-yes way
Subject: pure clean breeze for your brain
Subject: Crippled but free
Subject: Excellent Show
I like the tight but not rigid grooves and the rhythmic interplay between the musicians in this era.
Long after they stopped letting us download and possess these shows, I am still coming to this site to stream in great shows during my workday, and I love it no less. It might be even better in a way. We can hear it and enjoy it but NOT possess it, which seems more in line with what the experience is meant to be, no?
Anyway great show, excellent sound.
Subject: What a Show!
Second set tears it up with some real unique jams in the Help-Slip-Frank. The Dancin' sandwich is pretty bad ass too. The end of the show ties it all together with a super high energy OMS.
Well if anything, it sure made my night!
Subject: Elvis's last go-round
Subject: Another excellent show from Fall 1976
Subject: Second Set sounds great
Help>Slip>Frank is classic! Small patch in Frank does not degrade the quality.
1976 was so underrepresented on the archive before Charlie Miller put up those Auditorium shows, Tower Theatre shows, and now these....
5 stars for performance, sound, and availability
Subject: Mr. Charlie
Subject: Why doubt?